The grounds of Norwood have a history dating back to the medieval times when they were part of a series of deer parks, in the 18th century when the present house was rebuilt as well as the formal gardens, a lime walk was put in place and a serene middle pond dug out
BUSY AS A BEE
Discover our beautiful grounds and take in the sites of the Grande orchards, cricket grounds, lakes and ponds and rolling hill views
DEEP ROOTED HISTORY
Wander Through The Grounds
Ancient Oak Trees
There are no finer examples of English Oaks than those relics from the original North Wood.
Our woodland area that is adorned by snowdrops and other wildflowers and is a perfect photo opportunity for outdoor photos.
The Bandstand is the perfect spot to share your wedding vows on a summers’ day.
Norwood Park Public Walks
There is a public footpath that runs through the Norwood Park Fruit Farm, which the locals love and where you can take advantage of seeing the house in the distance.
Fruit growing began at Norwood Park over 100 years ago in 1910
From beautiful snowdrops in spring, foxgloves and bluebells to the pearlescent white berries of mistletoe
An open-fronted “eye-catcher” in the form of a Greek temple on the bare hill.
The National Garden Scheme
Affiliated Garden of the National Garden Scheme hosting walks throughout the year to raise money for charity.
We are lucky to be the home of so much wildlife here at Norwood Park, from geese, squirrels, and rabbits to the occasional deer and of course our marvellous Highland cows.
Norwood Park Golf
Norwood Park is one of Nottinghamshire’s premier golfing destinations.
HOLE IN ONE
Norwood Park Golf
18 holes of golf or practicing at the driving range
AN APPLE A DAY
The Starkey’s Bramley apple trees are unique
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